The Internet is Where the Robots Live Now

The Internet is Where the Robots Live Now

by Nicole B Jacobson (Editor)

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Overview

We are headed for convergence. The separation between mind and matter, robot and man, the artificial and the sublime is becoming less every day. Will the human race survive the reckoning? Will we crash into extinction or wake to a future beyond our current comprehension? Join Mari Ness, Benjamin C. Kinney, Aimee Ogden, Monica Louzon, Sharon Diane King, Deepak Bharathan, Kevin Daniel Lonano, Vajra Chandrasekera, Marie Vibbert, S.H. Mansouri, Nikki Macahon, Krishan Coupland, Premee Mohamed, David Rogers, Priya Sridhar, Rhoads Brazos, Matt Fuchs, Conor Powers-Smith, Maria Haskins, and Claudio J.A. Espinal as they tell twenty unique stories exploring the thinning space between human and machine.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781732863705
Publisher: Paper Dog Books
Publication date: 11/12/2018
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.52(d)

Table of Contents

“Of All Stars, the Most Beautiful” Aimee Ogden

“Purchases” Mari Ness

“A Fistful of Circuits” Sharon Diane King

“Congratulations, You’re Truth” Matt Fuchs

“The Dreaded Name” Vajra Chandrasekera

“The Maker” Maria Haskins

“Messages” David Rogers

“Poetry Support Group” Priya Sridhar

“The Toymaker’s Daughters” Marie Vibbert

“Written in Sand” Deepak Bharathan

“The Last Policeman” Claudio J.A. Espinal

“What Machines Don’t Know Won’t Hurt” S.H. Mansouri

“Shutterbugs” Rhoads Brazos

“Jack vs. The Bloody Carpet” Nikki Macahon

“Farming Dirt” Krishan Coupland

“Not Our Place” Premee Mohamed

“As Squids Fall, October Wanes” Kevin Daniel Lonano

“Elegy of Carbon” Benjamin C. Kinney

“San Cibernetico” Monica Louzon

“In Absentia” Conor Powers-Smith

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